Emma Dahlström


Emma is from the small village of Torsby in the middle of Sweden is the spearhead against the male dominated Swedish freestyle scene. While the guys from the far north have been shaking things up since the inception of New School skiing, it seems as if the females have been somewhat shyer, until recently. Emma Dahlström has been collecting top slopestyle and big air results since 2010. A win at the European Open in 2011 and at the Monster Big Air in Whistler in 2012 thrust Emma onto the international freeski stage. With a ski instructor father, she was already sliding on skis at just two years old, yet after beginning with Alpine racing, Emma switched to snowboarding when she was nine. However, four years later the rock music and guitar enthusiast, switched back to skiing and found freestyle. Many days in the Snowpark of Kläppen took her to the top, her biggest motivation, however, is her love for the mountains.


Date of birth
Home mountain
Hovfjället and Kläppen
You always regret the things you didn't dare to try
Ski Slopestyle n' Big Air
Guitar, Surfing, work outs, friends, my van Buster
Top results

X Games gold 2015,

X Games bronze 2016,

Overall FIS Slopestyle Champion 2015

2nd World Championships Sierra Nevada, ESP Slopestyle 2017

2017 2nd World Cup Slopestyle Silvaplana

2018 Winter Olympian Korea 11th Slopestyle

2018 4th World Cup Mammoth Mtn Slopestyle

Rider's Videos


1. Favorite Völkl Skis
Völkl Revolt 85 169 cm and Revolt 95 165 cm.
2. What do you use this ski for?
Revolt 85 as my stable comp ski and Revolt 95 I use as a fun buttery ski.
3. Why do you like this ski?
I can always trust the ski.
4. Why do you like being a part of the Völkl team?
Awesome team with the best athletes and skis there is. Völkl has the wides range of freeride skis, so whoever you are, you can always find your favorite.
5. How long have you been riding for Völkl?
Since autumn 2009

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